GCN Awards: Previous government executives of the year

2009

Civilian Executive of the Year
Martha A. Dorris
Deputy Associate Administrator
Office of Citizen Services and Communications
General Services Administration

Defense Executive of the Year
Robert Carey
Chief Information Officer
Department of the Navy

2008

Defense Executive of the Year
Kenneth Heitkamp
Assistant chief information officer for life cycle management
Air Force

Civilian Executive of the Year
Molly O'Neil
CIO
Environmental Protection Agency

2007

Defense Executive of the Year
Gen. James Cartwright
Joint Chiefs of Staff

Civilian Executive of the Year
John Johnson
GSA

2006

Civilian Executive of the Year
Bruce R. James
Public Printer of the United States and CEO
Government Printing Office

Defense Executive of the Year
Brig. Gen. Susan S. Lawrence
Director of Command, Control, Communications and Computers, J-6
Central Command, U.S. Army

2005

Civilian
James A. Williams
Director, U.S. Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology (US-VISIT) Program
Homeland Security Department

Defense
David M. Wennergren
Chief Information Officer
Department of the Navy

2004

Civilian
Kimberly T. Nelson
Chief Information Officer
Environmental Protection Agency

Defense
Dawn C. Meyerriecks
Former Chief Technology Officer
Defense Information Systems Agency

2003

Civilian
Steven I. Cooper
Chief Information Officer
Homeland Security Department

Defense
Lt. Gen. Steve Boutelle
Department of the Army

2002

Civilian
Jack Brooks
Former Chairman, Government Operations Committee
U.S. House of Representatives

Defense
Lt. Gen. Emmett Paige Jr. (Ret.)
Vice President of DOD Operations
Lockheed Information Technology

2001

Jackie Fletcher
Associate Director and CIO
U.S. Mint

Joseph R. Cipriano
Program Executive Officer for Information Technology and Enterprise Acquisition Manager for Information Technology
U.S. Navy

2000

James J. Jasinski
Program Manager, Fingerprint ID Systems
Federal Bureau of Investigation

David Borland
Vice Director, Information Systems C4
Department of the Army

1999

Kathleen Adams
Assistant Deputy Commissioner
Social Security Administration

Marvin Langston, Ph.D.
Deputy Chief Information Officer
Defense Department

1998

Anne F. Thompson Reed
Chief Information Officer
Agriculture Department

Navy Vice Adm. Arthur K. Cebrowski
President
Naval War College

1997

Frank P. Pugliese Jr.
Commissioner, Federal Supply Service
General Services Administration

Lt. Gen. Douglas D. Buchholz
Director, C4 Systems
Joint Chiefs of Staff

1996

Stephen Meltzer
Director
Federal Computer Acquisition Center

Navy Rear Adm. John A. Gauss
Deputy Director
Defense Information Systems Agency

1995

Rep. Newt Gingrich
Speaker
U.S. House of Representatives

1994

Henry H. Philcox
Chief Information Officer
Internal Revenue Service

Cynthia Kendall
Deputy Assistant Secretary
Defense Department

1993

Renato A. DiPentima, Ph.D.
Deputy Commissioner, Systems
Social Security Administration

Army Lt. Gen. Alonzo Short
Director, Defense Information Systems
General Services Administration

1992

Paul A. Strassmann
Director of Defense Information

1991

Richard G. Austin
Administrator
General Services Administration

1990

Donald J. Atwood
Deputy Secretary
Defense Department

1989

Army Lt. Gen. John T. Myers
Director
Defense Communications Agency

1988

Joseph R. Wright Jr.
Director
Office of Management and Budget

1987

Navy Rear Adm. Harry S. Quast
Director
Information Resources Management

1986

Rep. Frank Horton
Ranking Minority Member
Government Operations Committee
U.S. House of Representatives

Donald C. Latham
Assistant secretary for C3I
Defense Department

1985

Joseph R. Wright
Deputy Director
Office of Management and Budget

Rep. Charlie Rose
U.S. House of Representatives

James H. Burrows
Director
Institute for Computer Sciences and Technology

1984

Frank J. Carr
Commissioner
Information Resources Management Service
General Services Administration

Rep. Jack Brooks
Chairman
Government Operations Committee
House of Representatives

Ralph Bledsoe, Ph.D.
Special Assistant to the President
Office of Policy Development
The White House

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